Messages on Matthew
As you meet as Ashworth at Home groups or maybe just have conversations with friends and neighbors about the new normal we are all facing, here are some questions you can use to have a spiritual discussion. Discussion Guide to Continue the Conversation What’s been your quarantine indulgence? What’s the silver lining during the pandemic and, what’s been your biggest challenge during the pandemic? How does following Jesus impact your mental health for the positive and possibly the negative? What is…
Pastor Brent looks at the exchange between Jesus and a wealthy, young guy in Matthew 19 to see how often it isn’t what we lack that keeps us from following Jesus, it is what we have.
In a time of uncertainty, questions abound. But questions are nothing new. During the life and ministry of Jesus, questions surrounded him and his motives. In a new series called Questioning Jesus, we will examine questions asked to, by and around Jesus to see how these questions can shape our faith. In this first message, Pastor Brent Clark looks at the triumphal entry of Jesus and how in this moment, those who saw and knew Jesus asked who is this?
Pastor Brent continues looking at what makes the church the church and how connecting with God in community is what distinguishes the church from every other organization.
Pastor Brent looks at what church is not but then examines what actually is.
Pastor Amy looks at the birth narrative to contrast the kingdom of Herod who was in power at the time of Jesus’ birth, and the kingdom of Jesus that came at Christmas.
In the second message of the “You’ve Been Lied To (and we’re sorry about that)” series, Pastor Ryan Lenerz looks at the idea that Christ-followers should be militaristic in our approach to spreading Christian values and how the way fo Jesus shows us another way.
Pastor Ryan tells the story of Jesus walking on water, but more importantly, how Peter took a risk to step out on the water and meet Jesus.
Pastor Brent looks at the tension that exists between what Jesus said and what we think and how it is in surrendering to Jesus that true life can be experienced so that we can then give life to others.
Pastor Brent looks at what the Apostle Paul and Jesus have to say when it comes to being blessed and how it is different from what we call #blessed today. Ephesians 1:3-6, Matthew 5 Introduction Good morning everyone and thanks so much for being here. My name is Brent, and I am one of the pastors here at Ashworth. Have you ever been in a conversation where something was talked about, and as the conversation continues, you realize that you…
Pastor Brent kicks off The Christmas Album and looks at songs like White Christmas and I’ll Be Home for Christmas and how often our expectations don’t match our circumstances but by keeping our focus on Christ we can see that our unmet expectations can be redeemed and quite possibly lead to more than we could have hoped or imagined.
Pastor Brent looks at how even though many today consider church to be optional, Jesus considered the church the best and most effective way to change the world and the importance of those following Jesus to leave a mark on and through the church.